Although I have had various thoughts floating through my head, I couldn’t think of anything in particular to write about today, so I am taking a little thing I came across on Facebook and will do it here, answering 26 questions about myself.
A- Age: 43
B- Biggest fear: The obvious answer is something happening to a loved one. The more paralyzing fear is that of failure, especially if I will look foolish as I fail.
C- Current time: 2:45 pm
D- Drink you last had: a half-sweet gingerbread latte
E- Every day starts with: Waking up, getting dressed, and eating breakfast. I usually only have coffee at the start of my day on my days off or especially sleepy work mornings.
F- Favorite song: This is a difficult question, because I like a lot of songs and what is a favourite today might not be next week but it would be again in a month. It all depends on my mood or state of mind. One day it could be Titanium, the next it could be the Muppet Show theme song, and the following day it could be Paint it Black.
G- Ghosts, are they real? no
H- Hometown: Kelowna, BC
I- In love with: my husband, my kids, my friends, life
J- Jealous of: I try not to be jealous of anyone, but I am currently mildly envious of my daughter for being in NY.
K- Killed someone?: only in my wildest of dreams
L- Last time you cried? a couple of weeks ago
M- Middle name: Elizabeth
N- Number of siblings: 3 sisters, 1 brother
O- One wish: for this kitchen reno to be finished
P- Person you last called: my chiropractor’s office last week…I don’t make many phone calls
Q- Question you’re always asked: What’s for supper?
R- Reason to smile: deadlifts tomorrow
S- Song last sang: Janie’s Got a Gun
T- Time you woke up: 7:20 am
U- Underwear color: grey
V- Vacation destination: what’s that?
W- Worst habit: uh…not sure
X- X-Rays you’ve had: lots…wrists, ankles, pelvis/hips, chest, dental
Y- Your favorite food: It all depends on my mood. Turkey dinner. Scalloped potatoes with ham. Cabbage rolls. A perfectly rare steak with baked potato.
Z- Zodiac sign: Capricorn but I don’t put any stock in it.
(Dr. Seuss’s ABC by Dr. Seuss)